Road Safety Week

No Need to Speed

Licence Bureau reiterates No Need to Speed ...

Nov 19, 2020No Comments

Licence Bureau, part of the TTC Group, is adding its weight to Road Safety Week (16-22 November) by reiterating the message – No Need to

excessive speeding

Men three times more likely to drive above ...

Nov 16, 2020No Comments

New research from the road safety charity Brake highlights the issue of excessive speeding, with more than a quarter (28%) of male drivers admitting having

Road Safety Week

‘No need to speed’ announced as...

Aug 25, 2020Comments off

The theme for UK Road Safety Week 2020 has been announced as ‘No need to speed’, following findings that just a quarter of people think

Licence Bureau encourages road safety focus...

Nov 14, 2019Comments off

As part of Road Safety Week 2019 (18-24 November), coordinated by Brake, Licence Bureau is calling on fleet operators to ‘step up’ their road safety

81% of consumers call for licence ban for r...

May 08, 2019Comments off

As the fifth UN Road Safety Week (6-12 May) calls for people to #SpeakUp and save lives, a survey from Venson, an independent UK wide

Road Safety Week

May 07, 2019Comments off

Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is using the forthcoming UN Global Road Safety Week as an opportunity to encourage all drivers and

LGV drivers & cyclists swap wheels for...

Nov 23, 2018Comments off

Ford’s Transport Operations team partnered with the London Cycling campaign to bring Ford’s ‘WheelSwap’ VR experience to life. ‘WheelSwap’, which is part of Ford’s ‘Share

We can all make a difference to help the mo...

Nov 19, 2018Comments off

Road safety organisation GEM Motoring Assist is encouraging every road user to get involved in Road Safety Week (19-25 November).  A key task for this

DriveTech is supporting Road Safety Week 19...

Nov 16, 2018Comments off

DriveTech is excited to be supporting Road Safety Week, initiated by Brake, so look out for driving tips and advisories on our website and on

Road Safety Week: LeasePlan UK advises on h...

Nov 16, 2018Comments off

In 2017, there were over 170k road casualties and 1,793 fatalities in the UK. Whilst car occupants accounted for the greatest number of casualties and

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